"When I read the flyer for Meals on Wheels, I never thought I'd be hauling a frozen goat out of my trunk and down a hole in the ground."
Melinda Ann Smith reads Trailer of the Temptress, about a woman who delivers food to shut-ins, including a troll, an imprisoned sorcerer and a temptress who lost her powers.
Written by Rob Northrup. This is the third story of the Dungeons & Dayjobs podcast. Thanks to my wife, Melinda Ann Smith, for recording it. You can watch a video of her reading this at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfJO4H7sTYo
Music at the beginning and end is "Hot Lips" by Bill Brown and His Brownies. Music in the middle is a tampered-with version of "Some Day" performed by Kathryn Grayson, extracted from the 1936 Lux Radio Theatre broadcast of The Vagabond King.
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